I get many letters like this from readers (both male and female): "I met this guy, and he took me to dinner, and it was really romantic, but he did/didn't try to kiss me, then he called/didn't call back, then he asked/didn't ask me out again, and what does it all mean is he interested what should I do help help help." Now, many of you think I have magical powers. For example, I can make whole plates of pasta vanish in seconds and order beer in 12 languages.However, reading the minds of your dates whom I have never seen nor met is not one of those powers. Additionally, trying to parse each individual situation for an ultimate answer doesn't work so well, because there are millions of situations and often no ultimate answer.At the beginning of 2016, I decided to devote more time to my favorite activity: reading.I set myself a rough target of two books a week, and got through about 110 of them (32,000 pages, according to my Goodreads profile). : These books aren’t necessarily the most fun to get through, but they’re talking about something super important that is probably affecting your life right now, e.g.
And if you’d like to keep abreast of my reading, follow me on Goodreads: goodreads.com/Ali Binazir.And if you’re not on Goodreads already, it’s a fantastic utility for keeping track of your reading and discovering new books.THE SECRET I LEARNED FROM 5000 WOMEN'S LETTERSCan you summarize the book for me in a minute? Well, 5000 or so letters I've received from women readers on their dating woes can all be boiled down to this: Does my butt look good in these pants? Everyday TV and other media specialize in portraying women as cheap and disposable. Just by reading it, one is restored to one's own heart. I have read many books about relationships and dating, but The Tao of Dating is one of a kind, so different and mind-blowing in its common sense and simplicity that it is impossible to put it down once you start reading. When you appreciate and elevate others, they light up. A much stronger starting point for any relationship. And instead of coming from a place of lack or need, you're coming from abundance, joy, and choice.